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Absolutely Impressive! This Boy Created A Titanic Replica Using 30,000 Lego Bricks

Norwegian boy Lasse Ankersø used 30,000 Lego bricks and created an awesome Titanic replica in 384 hours.

Mark Andrew





Although its end was eventually tragic, the RMS Titanic is probably the most famous ship in the world. It was the largest of its kind when it was first created measuring at 882 feet in length and 104 feet in height.

Aside from it being mentioned in numerous history books, the ill-fated ship also has its own movie which later became a runaway hit on the blockbuster – thanks in part to the performance of lead stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet and directorial genius of James Cameron. At one point, it even held the title of being the highest-grossing film of all time.

Recently, one boy from Norway attracted a lot of online attention when he decided to take his love

One boy decided to take his love for the popular ship to the next level – by creating a massive replica using Lego pieces!

Lasse Ankersø recreated the Titanic one Lego brick at a time in his room.


Photo credit: Lasse Ankersø

Using a program in his laptop as a guide, the boy proceeded with the massive project that he worked on day and night. Seeing the end result is absolutely impressive. It’s pretty amazing how he was able to capture the overall look of the ship.

According to Lasse, it took him 384 hours to complete the project.


Photo credit: Lasse Ankersø

If that’s not called dedication, then we don’t know what else is.

He used 30,000 Lego bricks of different sizes and shapes.


Photo credit: Lasse Ankersø

Now that’s a lot of Lego! Considering how expensive these toys usually are, you can just imagine how much this ship cost Lasse – or his parents.

Lasse paid close attention even to the tiny details to make sure he got it right.


Photo credit: Lasse Ankersø

The boy wanted his tribute to look as close to the real thing as possible.

The Lego Titanic has a length of 119 inches and a height of 30 inches.


Photo credit: Lasse Ankersø

Which makes it the biggest Lego recreation of the ship so far.

He also uploaded a time lapse video which has attracted almost 3 million views as of this writing.

Check out his video here:

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Kudos to this creative and dedicated Norwegian Lego builder for this awesome achievement!

H/T: Babyology


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10 Amazing Vinegar Life Hacks You Should Know

Aside from being an essential condiment in the kitchen, here are ten amazing vinegar life hacks that will help you in your household chores.

KL Viray



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Aside from being an essential condiment in the kitchen, here are ten amazing vinegar life hacks that will help you in your household chores.

#10. Clogged Sink


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19 Fabulous Crafts You Can Make with Those Pennies

You’ll pick up every penny after seeing these cool crafts.

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What do you usually do whenever you see a penny on the floor that nobody wants to claim? What would you do if the cashier gives you your change and you notice that you have at least a handful of pennies?

If you're one of those people who consider pennies as nothing but clutter in your purse, this might be the right project for you. I bet that next time you see a penny, you won't think twice about picking them up and saving them for your artwork.

From artsy decorations to beautiful pieces of jewelry, here are 19 ingenious and fabulous crafts that you can do using those pennies. That is if it's not illegal to use currencies for art in your country.

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College Student Engineers Real-Life Punch and Knife-Proof Batsuit

This has got to be the coolest homemade batsuit ever!




This definitely isn’t your regular cosplay costume. Industrial design student Jackson Gordon has created his own Batman costume, patterned after the awesome Batsuits from the Christopher Nolan films. Big deal, you might say. Lots of creative people with cash to spare can create their own Batman costumes. Well, maybe. But not like this one.

This dude from Philadelphia University developed his own combat suit which is made mostly of Kevlar and can protect the wearer from knife slashes. It comes with a chest plate that can also absorb punches. Take a look at these videos of him doing some stress tests to his Batsuit.


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